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The colors used in the public spaces flow right into the guest rooms. Each of the 194 abodes is unique, but all are colored with solid hues and balanced out by monochromatic vintage photographs of Saguaro cacti. When questioned about their decision to wit

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Originally appeared in The Saguaro, Scottsdale
on December 20, 2011
The colors used in the public spaces flow right into the guest rooms. Each of the 194 abodes is unique, but all are colored with solid hues and balanced out by monochromatic vintage photographs of Saguaro cacti. When questioned about their decision to wit
The colors used in the public spaces flow right into the guest rooms. Each of the 194 abodes is unique, but all are colored with solid hues and balanced out by monochromatic vintage photographs of Saguaro cacti. When questioned about their decision to withhold prints and patterns from most of the spaces, the designers explained, "the lack of prints adds a boldness to the spaces. Dimensionality and texture are added through the natural texture and authenticity of the Equipale furniture and [custom-crafted] blankets. The rooms also contain custom Knoll textiles and pigskin desks."

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